HELP kupa xray

risya

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Hello, does anyone experience like this?

I visited vet and my baby kupa got xray. She got buscopan and vitamin injection. Vet said it was bloated stomach..

but she havent been eaten anything for more than a week now... i leaved her in vet care to force feeding..

please i havent given up yet... i hope this is not something dangerous.. she is only 1y9m IMG-20221118-WA0020.jpg IMG-20221118-WA0021.jpg
 

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Good luck. Hopefully an expert can help you out soon.
 

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Hello, does anyone experience like this?

I visited vet and my baby kupa got xray. She got buscopan and vitamin injection. Vet said it was bloated stomach..

but she havent been eaten anything for more than a week now... i leaved her in vet care to force feeding..

please i havent given up yet... i hope this is not something dangerous.. she is only 1y9m View attachment 351904 View attachment 351905
What species is this?
How are you housing the tortoise and at what temperatures?
Other than not eating for a week, is there any other problem?
 
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The most common cause for a tortoise, especially a baby tortoise, to stop eating is because his husbandry is incorrect. If you read the care sheet here on the Forum for your species, and make changes as shown in the care sheet, his appetite should return.
 
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